(RNS) — Seven in 10 U.S. Mormons still support the Republican Party, despite church members' much lower approval of the president.
Some reactions to last week's announcement about Mormon missionaries can be summed up in three words, delivered in your crankiest and most stereotyped elderly male voice: “In MY day. . . .”
GenX Mormons in the United States are the quintessential middle child between the bigger-than-life Baby Boomers and their Millennial kids. And if you're blaming Millennials for certain changes in the Church, well, GenXers started it.
Mormon female missionaries can now wear pants for much of their work, but not to church -- which is in keeping with a long-standing cultural tradition that women still wear dresses and skirts to church.
Dallin Oaks wants young adult Mormons to hurry up and get married. But I think many single Millennials are delaying marriage for excellent reasons.
A growing number of Mormons who serve a mission wind up coming home early, a national study shows. What is going on?
Yes, Mormon Millennials are leaving the LDS Church at higher rates than previous generations. But there's also a lot of reason for hope.
Surprise: Mormon Millennials are a little more likely to be full tithe-payers than older Mormons are -- but there's a twist in how they define income.
(RNS) One year after the LDS Church banned children of same-sex marriages from baptism and baby blessings, most current Mormons agree with the policy -- and most former Mormons hate it.
A leaked video of a behind-closed-doors 2008 meeting of the LDS Church's top leaders revealed some startling statistics about the Church's youngest adult members.
Today I'm launching a Kickstarter campaign to support The Next Mormons survey -- a major national survey of four generations of Latter-Day Saints. I hope you'll choose to participate by making a donation and spreading the word.
(RNS) "Don’t blame Jesus or the Jewish prophets or the whole of any sacred tradition for the bad and limited reading of that tradition which hurt you," says writer David Dark.
More young adults appear to be leaving the Mormon fold, but the rate of their exodus is less severe than their peers in the Millennial generation.
Six things that Mette Harrison wishes her child's seminary teacher would do -- or stop doing -- to make the Mormon church a more hospitable place for teens.
Many Mormon women “have this ideal of who they’re supposed to be in order to be good and to be loved," says author Jamie Zvirzdin. But what happens when they go off script? Enter the new book "Fresh Courage Take."